Dr. Lewis Neace, right, director of the emergency department at Dayton General Hospital, speaks with a demonstration patient during a stroke simulation at the rural hospital, as Seattle neurologist Dr. Todd Czartoski looks on via a telehealth unit. Providence St. Joseph Health’s telehealth program connects rural hospitals like Dayton General with specialists such as Czartoski.
Dr. Lewis Neace, right, director of the emergency department at Dayton General Hospital, speaks with a demonstration patient during a stroke simulation at the rural hospital, as Seattle neurologist Dr. Todd Czartoski looks on via a telehealth unit. Providence St. Joseph Health’s telehealth program connects rural hospitals like Dayton General with specialists such as Czartoski. Sara Schilling Tri-City Herald
Dr. Lewis Neace, right, director of the emergency department at Dayton General Hospital, speaks with a demonstration patient during a stroke simulation at the rural hospital, as Seattle neurologist Dr. Todd Czartoski looks on via a telehealth unit. Providence St. Joseph Health’s telehealth program connects rural hospitals like Dayton General with specialists such as Czartoski. Sara Schilling Tri-City Herald

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